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GraceJean + support acts Little Bee, Joyce Prescher

  • August 29, 2017
  • Time: 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm

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GraceJean + support acts Little Bee, Joyce Prescher

$5 on the door

GraceJean –

GraceJean are a family-friendly (but only just) indie folk duo from Melbourne who traverse the indie, folk and pop genres to bring upbeat songs about the reality of the world, learning harsh truths about ourselves, and heartwarming tunes about our place in the universe. The two come together to create a rich folk sound that will get your head and your heart moving.

Featuring soaring vocal melodies, rich vocal harmonies and alternating instruments – edgy guitars and sneaky banjo and mandolin riffs backed by thoughtful lyrics are what GraceJean love to do. The duo are described as putting on a brilliant show of catchy, warm-hearted indie folk that shares experiences and opens space for the good, the bad and all the sweet spots in between.







Little Bee –

From the East of Melbourne comes Folk duo, Little Bee. In their music, you can hear traces of Norah Jones, John Mayer and Tinpan Orange. Their harmonized vocals, ear catching instrumentation and engaging song writing creates the foundation for their captivating approach.

Bethany Peele and Bryce Turcato formed the group in 2016, forging their musical abilities to create a sound that is warm and unique. Little Bee are set to release their debut EP in 2017.

www.littlebeeband.com or www.facebook.com/littlebeeband

Joyce Prescher –

With every song she sings Joyce Prescher is giving you a little glimpse into her soul. With her poetic lyrics, haunting melodies and a voice that really gets under your skin she has mesmerized audiences in Australia as well as the Netherlands ever since she was a little girl. Her music makes you feel like you know her or want to know her and maybe you are in fact a little like her. These songs are made to listen to whilst wrapped in a warm blanket, in front of a fireplace, with a glass of red in your hand.